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shedbuddie

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Made another Little Fergie this one with lugs on the tyres, made this one from my plans.

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Excellent !
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Shedbuddie,
this is a step above your first one!  The mudguards are much better and the lugged tyres just superb.
 The contrasting timber choices set the design off better too.
  You can stop now, the bar is high enough [wink]

 Alan
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Shedbuddie,

Very nice and wll made.

How long did it take you to make this?

How did you make the big wheels?

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Shedbuddie,
this is a step above your first one!  The mudguards are much better and the lugged tyres just superb.
 The contrasting timber choices set the design off better too.
  You can stop now, the bar is high enough [wink]

 Alan


Thanks Alan for your comment,it was a joy to make.
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Excellent !


Thank you Bucko for your comment.
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Shedbuddie,

Very nice and wll made.

How long did it take you to make this?

How did you make the big wheels?


Thanks for your comment Peter V, the big wheel I made in two pieces so i could the cut the groves for the lugs, I fixed one half to a piece of timber with a bolt and wing nut so it would turn, and clamped it to a sliding mitre saw, I set the angle at 30 dec, after the cut I turned it to the next mark. (The 4 pieces were marked out first, 12 lugs per half). The lugs were glue in and sanded down. The two pieces were glued together so the lugs were off-set and finished on the sander again.

How long did it take, the first mudguards didn't come out to well so I re-made them so, about 2 weeks.
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Another masterpiece and one that leaves me speechless!
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Another masterpiece and one that leaves me speechless!


Thank you John I'm glad you like it. Ted
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I love this tractor!!!!!!!
Very nicely done.
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I love this tractor!!!!!!!
Very nicely done.


Thanks Willem for your comment much appreciated
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